The Great Bonneville Flood

by / on October 21, 2016 at 10:02 pm

Diluvial Catastrophes and the Ancient World

In a recent two part article I introduced the reader to one of the great natural events in Earth history – the mighty Bonneville Flood. However, as I made clear, this enormous fluvial event was only a regional manifestation of a much larger event, one of such scale and magnitude that it almost defies comprehension. In this article I will […]

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by / on October 6, 2016 at 4:27 pm

The Great Bonneville Flood – Part 2

For all those who are paying attention, whose eyes and minds are open: the veil is parting and the deep history, the real history of humankind on planet Earth is emerging from the mists and shadows of antiquity.

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by / on October 1, 2016 at 7:39 am

The Great Bonneville Flood – Part 1

In a recent article I told the story of the Teton Dam disaster that occurred on June 5 of the year 1976 in the headwaters of the Snake River, Idaho. In conclusion to that installment I wrote that this modern catastrophic flood “overlapped the region of a gigantic prehistoric flood in the vicinity of American Falls as another juxtaposition of […]

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